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, heartfelt message about promoting her show, more than happy to accommodate. >> phil: got right to the point. >> jim: green-ellis for four more. how about afc? >> phil: it's patriots, i think the dolphins are tough, strong. they have had another solid preseason, looked like they're building on what they did last year. can receiving core of the dolphins step up make them a team that can just maybe get over that edge and be a big time contender. of course everybody is anxious to see how terrell owens does in buffalo. good players usually help your football team. >> jim: third and four on the mass, too low. for sam aiken. >> phil: football just not come out of kevin o'connell's hand very well. nose got down a couple of times, it's wet. the interception takes away some of your confidence, neighborhood let it go. >> jim: anthony alridge is back to receive the punt. of chris hanson. alridge let's it bounce at the four it's down to the two. he's got a good presence on the special teams. if you're still one of the guys who's going over and over... going urgently... waking up to go... it's time to do
close tiger and phil are to achieving those goals after round one at firestone. the 49ers were hoping they had drafted a wide receiver that could be a game changer. why their front office could just be looking at a major headache. ♪ >> keeping you current with the latest news, scores and highlights, this is espnews available in high definition, along with j.w. stewart, mike yam with you, j.w., heading into -- coming into thursday the yankees hadn't beaten the red sox all season long. yam with you, j.w., heading into >> yammer, the yankees 0-8 against their archrivals, yet they began the night with a 2 1/2-game lead in the a.l. east. >> first of a four-game series in the bronx. david ortiz playing at yankee stadium for the first time since that "new york times" reported he tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003. first inning, flies out to nick swisher in the right field corner. big papi went 0-5. he was booed throughout. bottom two, swisher into center field. jacoby ellsbury comes up throwing, jorge posada trying to score, but he doesn't slide. gets tagged out by vic
tiger and phil renew their rivalry in lebron's hometown, akron, ohio. we're back after >> tiger woods and phil mickelson playing at the bridgestone invitational at firestone. tiger has won this event six times. phil mickelson playing the first time since the u.s. open. dealing with his wife and his mother's cancer. mickelson struggled on the front nine. started on the back near 11. his second hole, would double bogie that hole. then on 18. this is for par. the lefty shot a 3 over 30 on the front nine. but on his back nine, mickelson turned it around. the third shot on the par 5, second hole. high, flop shot gets it close. he would birdie from there. par 3, 7th, this is for birdi birdie. lefty shot a 3 under 3 # on his back nine to finish at even par at 70. shot of the day comes from ernie els. second shot of the par 4 first hole. from 137 yards away. in for an eagle. lefty or big easy shot a 71. tiger woods started his day on the front nine. here on the 15rbgs chipping for birdie. almost went down. he'd tap in for par. on the par 3, 12th. this for birdie. that one does go in. tiger ge
back. see how close tiger and phil are to achieving those goals after round one at firestone. the 49ers were hoping they had drafted a wide receiver that could be a game changer. why their front office could just be looking at a major headache. ♪ >> keeping you current with the latest news, scores and highlights, this is espnews available in high definition, along with j.w. stewart, mike yam with you, j.w., heading into -- coming into thursday the yankees hadn't beaten the red sox all season long. yam with you, j.w., heading into >> yammer, the yankees 0-8 against their archrivals, yet they began the night with a 2 1/2-game lead in the a.l. east. >> first of a four-game series in the bronx. david ortiz playing at yankee stadium for the first time since that "new york times" reported he tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003. first inning, flies out to nick swisher in the right field corner. big papi went 0-5. he was booed throughout. bottom two, swisher into center field. jacoby ellsbury comes up throwing, jorge posada trying to score, but he doesn't slide. gets tagge
activity is now stabili stabilizing. i think that will be the watch word all over the place. >> and phil, just a quickie here. any shift on the fed's purchases of treasuries, mortgage-backed securities? some of that stuff is scheduled to expire, and i think it's september. do you think they're going to make any signals there? >> i do, larry. i would expect that they'll start to hint that those purchases will start to end. much they see the same stabilization that we all see, and that's the first thing about getting back to a more normal monetary policy. >> steve, talk about this productivity number we got today, the rise in 4.6% makes it feel like business is a coiled spring, ready to unleash as the economy rebounds. at the same time, unit labor costs going down, the employee taking home a smaller paycheck. so you can kind of look at it either way. what do you think? >> yeah, well first i want to just tag on something to what larry just asked phil, which is that there was a headline that was out earlier that the -- the fed's treasury purchase today were cancelled. they were not. it's ju
if there's a backlash against that. phil lebeau, thanks so much for joining us. and you heard it first on "street signs," the demi-ashton indicate or. sanjay kapoor told us to look to invest in countries that have an older population like demi moore over a younger generation like ashton kutcher. well, it turns out the hollywood power couple watched them and they weighed in on the demi-ashton ratio via twitter. here are the tweets between the couple. ashton says to demi, "i love that we've become the demi-ashton ratio. lmao. you can figure out what that means on your own. it seems that i'm now a control factor in the markets. he goes on to say that -- this is ashton. "i love that i'm described as the beer-drinking party boy with no cash." i guess he feels like he's done a few things recently to make some money, and probably rightly so. but that's pretty funny. they're watching "street signs." let's take a look at the markets here as we get into the close. we were just barely in positive territory. at last check the dow has now turned negative just in the past few minutes. it's essential
when the return is off the net. roddick wins, facing the winner tomorrow. and federal phil mickelson at the game in akron-ohio, to go 2- under. six time winner tiger woods had issues, uneven par-70, wouldn't negotiation go. phil mickelson in trouble, goes to the other rough, but yo know what? phil mickelson with a great short game, getting up and down. phil mickelson 1-under, six off the lead, head by harrington. and mystics took on the detroit shock. check that verizon, they appreciated the post move who gets the hoop in the harm. mystickingsmystics win, 70-60. and the scrimmage with all the highback right brian is back ri ♪ for just nine dollars, you can get them shoes from names like danskin now and starter. ♪ select eyeglass frames are just $9 at walmart -- and they have a 12-month guarantee. ♪ juniors ps from op are $9 too. and you can get them the school supplies they need to start the year for just $9 total. nine dollars. considering what you get... that's a really great price. back to school costs less at walmart. save money. live better. walmart. . >>>
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invitational. tiger and phil both in action. there's tiger. he has won this event, six times. >> mickelson playing for the first time since the u.s. open. struggling, and 11, second hole. chip from the rough. didn't get a good piece. and then bogey, and mickelson, putting for par. he shot a plus-3 on the front nine. turned it around, third shot on the par five second hole. he would make the birdie-putt. phil, putting for bird. drops in. a three-under 32. >> els, shot of the day, 137 yards out, his approach, does not. eagle, and he finished at plus-1. tiger started on the front nine, and on the fifth, chipping from the rough for birdie. looks like it it is going in. but, it stays out. woods can't believe it. >> tiger, putting for birdie, looks like it is going, right. look at it. tiger moves to minus-1. on the par four 13th for birdie. yes, tiger at minus-2. he's trailing the leader by four strokes. >> paddy harrington, for the lead, got it! he moves to five-under on the day. to the board, he's the leader. six birdieing and no bogeys for harrington. he has a two-shot lead. he hasn't won sin
remains at par. and phil mickelson finds an eagle at the wbc. >> ♪ ♪ >> welcome to espnews keeping you current with the latest breaking news, scores and highlights. with mark morgan, i am michelle lafountain. this half hour, our guests will be joe schad with an eye on cheble college football and a red sox insider and the breaking news that smoltz has been released. >> more on smoltz in a second. we begin with the bridgestone invitational. tigers woods who won this event 6 times. 4 shots off the pace. 2nd round play began today. padraig harrington 2 birdies today. verplank 2 shots back. stricker and a few other golfers. tigers woods the 6-time winner. today is even par 70. he is at minus 2 right now. off the leaders a bit. 36 more holes to play. more on tigers woods. we hope to hear from him later in the show. highlights coming up in about an hour. >> ♪ >> lebron james said he is unlikely to accept a contract extension from the cavaliers until after next season when he can become a free agent. to unveal his signature sneakers for nike he made his strongest comments yet about his futur
spacewalks on schedule. phil keating is live at kfc. any prelaunch issues popping up. >> no the tanking process went flawlessly according to nasa mission team managers, everything is going just as planned for the scheduled 1:36 a.m. eastern time launch of discovery. it's out there on the launch pad. it will be in space for 13 days. also taking up eight mice which will live on board the space station for a couple of months. medical research to try study effects of osteoporosis. shepard: very nice. aspiring stories from one of the astronauts named jose hernandez. >> beautiful story son of migrant workers in california. as a kid he and his brothers and sister and their parents would spend all day long in that back breaking work picking cucumbers and tomatoes. his parents told him if you get a good education can you do whatever you want to do in life. in high school he decided to become a astronaut and today he is. the parents are here on hand for the launch. he says they are so proud of him that undoubtedly they will be in a much higher orbit than he will be. shep? shepard: can i tell it's
recovery. doctor phil. stay with us... the five day forecast is at 4:00 after dr. phil. >>> stay with us, we'll look at the five-day forecast. variable cloudy, a couple of lingers showers. sunday, monday, tuesday and wednesday, looking like we are catch n-f-l on wjz. the washington redskins host the patriots at 8 p-m. that's right here on wjz.... followed by eyewitness news at 11. thanks for watching wjz. news thank you for joining us. >> i'm mary bubala. >> don scott. >> tim williams. >> marty bass. go to wjz.com.
sports extra. >>> welcome back, you don't have to be dr. phil to know it was a rocky off season for jason campbell. they tried to trade for cutler, and they ended up with campbell. where he is emotionally, hard to tell. he is kind of a quiet guy. where he will be physically, well that is up to an offensive line with a lot of question marks. more on the story. >> reporter: this year all eyes will focus primarily on one guy, jason campbell, but look closer. his success could ultimately depend on that of five guys , his effective line. samuels anchors the tough spot, doing for 10 straight seasons. but the big question, who will protect 17 on his right side? who will it be, the 400-plus pounder and top, pick in mike williams, or jeremy bridges? more on the opinion. >> i think it is tough -- you know we have depth from guys that have started in the league before, and this is probably the best depth that we have had since i've been here. >> i am getting better, day by day, working on techniques, stay low, work on things i need to work on. but so far it is going good. >> reporter: and beginning
registering in the triple digits. phil lebeau covers the auto industry for nbc and for us. and tonight at the test track in millford, michigan. phil, good evening. >>> good evening, brian. behind me the chevy volt, an electric car that comes out late next year. general motors believes this car will not only change the way americans drive it will also energize the company trying to rebound from bankruptcy. ♪ >> reporter: it is a stunning claim. general motors says its hybrid electric chevy volt will get the equivalent of 230 miles per gallon when it goes on sale next year. >> having a car that gets triple digit fuel economy, we believe, can and vil be a game changer for us. >> reporter: the volt which can be recharged through any standard outlet is primarily powered by lithium ion batteries. the first 40 miles are all electric. after that a small gas engine helps the electric motor allowing you to go a total of 300 miles. >> we are very confident in the 230. and to tell you the truth we discounted it a little bit because we hope in the final certification, i wouldn't be surprised to s
be about to run out. cnbc's phil lebeau is with us from a ford dealership in countryside, illinois. phil, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. today the auto industry posted its best sales since last september, and that's largely due to the cash for clunkers program. so far more than 120,000 people have traded in old gas guzzlers like this for smaller, new fuel-efficient models, often small cars. but tonight there's a question in washington about whether or not the cash for clunkers program is running out of gas. at dealerships around the country, they are rushing to make a deal. >> oh, it's beautiful! >> reporter: for marilyn -- >> your cruise croyontrol is ri here. >> reporter: a $4,500 rebate from the government helped her buy a ford escape that gets 25 miles per gallon and replace her worn-out '86 van that got 10 miles per gallon. >> everybody was going so fast buying the cars, so i said we better go over and we did. luckily, we got in under the gun. >> reporter: the popularity of cash for clunkers helped gm and chrysler post smaller-than-expected sales declines in july. w
cars sold in a couple weeks. joining me is gene cummins of the "poe llitico" and phil bron. let me go to phil with his thoughts out there. there is some good economic news that car front with nobody said you could push cars this fast off the lots with this little break that's going to end. home sales in the 250,000 to 325,000 level which has nothing to do with the san francisco market, i assume, phil. it's doing very well. the market is up almost to 10,000 now. what's going on? is this all just a quick silver? is this not real or what? >> well, it's all real, chris. i think the issue, is you know, how is it affecting me, you know, the average citizen? because also today it was announced in california, unemployment rates at 11.9%. so the question is, how many of these programs are affecting me personally? each and every individual. or am i sitting there still thinking, a, am i going to have a job tomorrow? and, b, when are they going to get the s.o.b.s in washington who created this zaster? i think those are two questions that really need to be addressed for a bigger segment of the pub
on the back 9. birdies on 12 and 13. brought him to 2 under par. so far. 3 holes to play for tiger. phil mickelson returning to the pga tour after 6 weeks off to look after his wife and mother battling breast cancer. started off on the back 9. double bogeyed 11. but then a bird on 12. leftie runner up a year ago at firestone behind v.j. singh. shot an even par 7. >> baseball. the phillies sending cliff lee to the mound for the first time at citizen banks park. he was anxious but he did not pitch like this. whipping prince and atkins. 7 innings strong. one earned run. 9 strikeouts for lee. in the bottom of the 5th game tied at 1. watching the deep drive to center off cook. solo shot. 2-1 phillies. they go on and win by the final of 3-1. said lee to get the first win at home out of the way, i am pleased with it. as for aaron cook, he left the game in the 6th with a strained right toe. >> more on mr. lee's action this afternoon. he's been everything the phillies could want and more. first a 5-1 complete game at san francisco last friday. today the 4th phillies pitcher with 1 earned run in e
one of their crucial three-game series against the dodge, 5-4. pittsburgh, phils and pirates. rollins solo shot to right. 1-0, phillies. rollins hit a second homer of the game. hit them both out. phils up 2-1. pirates had the last laugh. tied at four in the ninth. walk-off homer. watch mccutcheon come in to touch home plate. do you think he's happy? red sox hosting the white sox. a bit of boston history to start the game. ellsbury stole third without a throw. tied at three. jason bay, go ahead home run by the green monster. boston played in the wild card remains 1 1/2 games. new york mets wish they could press the reset button for the rest of the season. they have an astonishing 12 players on the d.l. as we mentioned earlier, rangers beat the yanks thanks in part to this diving grab in center field. robbed cabrera of a sure base hit. rangers didn't like it but andruw jones d. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> he's fame fous or his daredevil escape but did the ocean finally get the best of david blaine. your early morning entertainment headlines ar
. the man who directed that phil has died. a spokesperson for john hughes said he died of a heart attack. he was a screen writer as well. john hughes was 59 years old. reaction from a story we brought you last night. viewers had strong opinions about it. others had trouble watching it. we took you inside a class called infant swimming resource. it is designed to teach toddlers and infants water survival skills. bebel -- babies are submerged and talked to flip over. the american academy of pediatrics says it can give infants a false sense of security. babies should never be near a pool. and if you were whose children took the class set i know my children are more drown proof than those who did not. the swimming story and responses are on the home page of our website, wbaltv.com >> if you wonder, what we have next in sports. so are we. snoop >> a week from tonight the ravens take off the preseason. the lineup of who sets it out practice, demetrias williams returned to practice this afternoon, but the wide receiver will miss the first to games of the year due to an injury. communication has cha
the padres 5-2. they have now won 9 of the last 11. mets and phils. angel drove one to the wall. ball got stuck in the padding. shane victorino thought it was a ground-rule double. all the way around for an inside the park homer. top 9, eric bruntlett with a shot to right. made the grab. or did he? umpire said no. he showed his glove. i caught it right here. he indeed made the play. the umpires had a meeting and made the right call. he was out but he would have the last laugh. bottom nine, francouer lined out to bruntlett at short. stepped on second for one and tagged the other for a triple play. triple play to end a game since 1927. phils beat the mets in dramatic fashion, 9-7. >> thank you, fred. >>> this weekend's box office winner was number one around the world. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, saying thanks to california's firefighters and don't forget the hot sauce. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this monday morning. hope you had a wonderful weekend. we do have rain exiting the richmond area just to the south and east of f
diamondbacks/phils game. a great reaction by garland to make the play but not enough. phils won the game 5-1. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> plans are set for the burial of michael jackson. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, finding abe lincoln's signature at a flea market. it's a junk hunters dream come true. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." we're still tracking hurricane bill, the major hurricane, a category 3 storm. high pressure over the north atlantic has been steering off northwest. take a look at the future path here. high pressure will break down. that will allow bill to take a northerly turn toward the weekend. we won't be dealing with a direct hit for our part of the woods. for wednesday, temperatures close to 90 degrees once again in the cities of the northeast. 89 degrees in new york city. if you're watching wjar 10 nbc in providence, wheels at work exhibit at the providence children's museum in providence, rhode island. and that's your eastern event of the day. chris
gaithers live in a small town in indiana,here phil nes found them. >> reporter: in t 1950s, bill gaher used to turn on his radio and listeno all the gospel music stars. he was a farm y with a field of dreams. >> i kt dreaming of the day that maybe, justaybe, i could write a sonthat would catch the attention of sebody or sing a song th would catch the tention of somebody. am i blessed guy? i'm blessed. what can i sa >> reporte in 1963, his dream came true. he wrote a ht. elvis presley recordedt and won a grammy, but the rics belged to bill gaither. >> ♪ he touched me, ohhe toucd me. ♪ jimmdurante sang this and he'd go... ♪ he touched me, d all the joy that floodmy soul..." >> repoer: since then, bill and his wife, gloriaformer enish and french teachers, have written more than 0 gospel song many of them are in today's church hymns. >> what wod the christian world, the gospel musiworld have beelike if we hadn't had bill and gloria gaitr? and i jt felt like it would leave a t of empty pages in those so books. >>eporter: the gaithers ha won six grams and more than twdozen dove awards for o
and is a successful author and speaker in her own right. the gaithers live in a small town in indiana, where phil jones found them. >> reporter: in the 1950s, bill gaither used to turn on his radio and listen to all the gospel music stars. he was a farm boy with a field of dreams. >> i kept dreaming of the day that maybe, just maybe, i could write a song that would catch the attention of somebody or sing a song that would catch the attention of somebody. am i blessed guy? i'm blessed. what can i say? >> reporter: in 1963, his dream came true. he wrote a hit. elvis presley recorded it and won a grammy, but the lyrics belonged to bill gaither. >> ♪ he touched me, oh, he touched me. ♪ jimmy durante sang this and he'd go... ♪ he touched me, and all the joy that floods my soul..." >> reporter: since then, bill and his wife, gloria, former english and french teachers, have written more than 700 gospel songs. many of them are in today's church hymnals. >> what would the christian world, the gospel music world have been like if we hadn't had bill and gloria gaither? and i just felt like would leav
. cliff lee would go the distance. a two-hitter. he struck out 11. he's 4-0, with the phils. phils take it 8-1. >>> red sox and blue jays. roy halladay on the mound for atlanta. jason bay takes him deep here. a two-run home run in the fifth. team-leading 27th for bay. in the sixth, the blue jayce threatening. they had the bases loaded in two and outs. but encarnacion flies out to end the threat. encarnacion went 0 for 4. batting less than .200. the red sox, lead the a.l. wild card by one game over the rangers. >>> jeremy and vinita, back to you. >>> there's a lucky winner for one of the biggest lottery prizes in history. >> a single winning ticket for the powerball jackpot was sold in south carolina. the pot, growing since july 1st was back down to $20 million. >> we'll have to wait until tomorrow night, to see if anyone wins megamillions. that prize jumped to a whopping $207 million. >> time to get a ticket. >>> it looked like a giant sugar rush on what's known as the crookedest street in the world. >> san francisco's lombard street was transformed into a larg than life version of cand
. the bridgestone invitational. it's round one here. tiger woods laz won six times. phil mickelson playing for the first time since the u.s. open. he had that deal with his wife, amy, who was diagnosed with breast cancer. on 18 here, putting for par. phil shot 3 over 38 on the front nine. back nine, though, started to turn things around. lefty getting it to go down. mickelson shot 3 under 32 on the back nine to finish at even par. tiger, though, started the die on the front nine. here on 5, chipping from the rough for birdie. looks like it goes in. oh, boy. tiger can't believe it. and to be honest, neither can i. tiger on the par 4 13th, putting for birdie. that's cash. tiger, 2 under, finished at 2 under. and is trailing the leader by four strokes. >>> jeremy and vinita, back to you. >>> well, it is a bargain-hunter's dream. and hagglers are flocking in by the thousands. it's the world's longest yard sale, uning from ohio to alabama, along route 127. >> how bizarre. that's 685 miles through 5 states, a national park and a world war i museum. buyers come from all over the country, looking
the record of the man they called creepy phil. >> he had been in prison. a cop walks out and he knows how to say yes or no. >> geraldo: as we go to the first break we will talk about or you will hear from the grotesque sex addicted religion pervert as he tries to justify his wh horrendous crime in a cl to local police station kcra. >> once you hear the story of what took place you are going to be disgusted with the disgusting thing that took place with me. but in the end you will found the most powerful heart warming so what do you think? i think i'll go with the basic package. good choice. only meineke lets you choose the brake service that's right for you. and save 50% on pads and shoes. meineke. introducing the all new chevy equinox. with an epa estimated 32 miles per gallon. and up to 600 miles between fill ups. it's the most fuel efficient crossover on the highway. better than honda cr-v, toyota rav4 and even the ford escape hybrid. the all new chevy equinox. >> geraldo: dugard was found alive in antioch. she was found alive in antioch. there was nothing to indicate there was anythin
on that damn property and he didn't even check the record of the man they called creepy phil. >> he had been in prison. a cop walks out and he knows how to say yes or no. >> geraldo: as we go to the first break we will talk about or you will hear from the grotesque sex addicted religion pervert as he tries to justify his wh horrendous crime in a cl to local police station kcra. >> once you hear the story of what took place you are going to be disgusted with the disgusting thing that took place with me. but in the end you will found the most powerful heart warming so what do you think? i think i'll go with the basic package. good choice. only meineke lets you choose the brake service that's right for you. and save 50% on pads and shoes. meineke. [bell ringing] the way the stock market's been acting lately you may wonder if you've been doing the right thing. is the advice you've been getting helping or hurting? are the fees you're paying really worth it? td ameritrade's fees are fair and straight-forward. their research is independent and unbiased. their investment consultants are knowledgeabl
to queens -- the mets hosting the phils at citi field. will self ayou know about the thrill of the chase, mr. utley his sixth of the year -- you're married. >> absolutely, i'm not dead. >> marlins and braves jostling for position in the n.l. wild card race. first inning, 2-0 braves, yunel escobar, two-run home run caps off a four-run first inning, tommy hanson wins his fourth straight start. braves win 4-3. taking a look at the n.l. wild card race, as it stands the rockies take a two-game advantage on the giants while the marlins and braves sit at four games back. the cubs are seven games back of the leaders. >> we're in the presence of holiness -- cardinals-padres. matt holliday has been on fire since coming over to st. louis. that is his sixth homer as a cardinal, 17th of the year, hitting .406 with st. louis. cards blank the padres 7-0. >> angels and blue jays. vladimir guerrero praying in the dugout before the game. his prayer was answered in the top of the sixth. vlad doesn't get cheated very much. >> that one reached the heavens. >> solo shot, ervin santana wins his fourth straight sta
package? phil kerpin is here, drek director of americans for prosperity and pat cadell is still with us. still a democratic pollster, pat? >> yes. glenn: phil, help me out on this, the reason why i'm bringing in the apollo alliance today is because i feel strongly that america cannot allow any more legislation to pass because this isn't the normal game that that we're used to. these are people, not our representatives, writing all of this legislation, and a great example is the stimulus package. tell me about the green jobs initiative that passed under bush, but was not funded. >> well, we have seen an enormous increase in gene spending in recent years. this is one of these things that is politically connect but behind the scenes the push has come from the kind of radical left-wing groups that you have talked about, people like the apollo alliance that are designed to bring together organized labor with the street social justicage tairtsers with the traditional environmentalists who have been behind the whole push for green jobs. i think there is a telling quote from harry reid about th
for this and the breaking news after dr. phil, back to you. the forecast is next. >>> now we have the five day. >> let's look at the forecast the weekend into next week. want to know when the heat will break. as we get the into the weekend your time is your time. see it is all good. let's go back inside. >> we like my time. thank you for watching v a great day.
be a good sign. if there's any more to it, phil lebeau will join us. but that is an interesting headline out of chrysler. perhaps an important one. s&p now -- >> s&p right now is over 1,000. >> 1001, mark. >> 1029 and the nasdaq is at 2,000. >> there you go. >> all right. let's look at the internals here on this very nice day for the markets. they should be pretty good. and they are. that's a little better than 4-1 positive on the big board. on the nasdaq, that's a little less than 2-1. you don't usually get strong advance decline on the nasdaq. >> cash for clunkers program is still the topic of conversation. it launched at the beginning of july for preorders. and then it -- well, needed more money. the house passed a couple more billion dollars bringing the total to $3 billion. and the senate now, well, it's up to you. department of transportation said, unless senate approves more money this week. this weekend on c-span secretary ray lahood said that. >> if the senate does not pass the additional $2 billion the program will be suspended. >> ray lahood will be our guest on "street signs" at
to phil orlando and robert pavlik. 1026 is where we closed on friday. 1029 is where we are today. that's flat trading, folks. high beta financials, same story all week, where still even today we're getting very heavy volumes in the big names. citi's going to do over a billion shares. again, those three names, 25% of the volume at the new york stock exchange. still sitting right near new highs. our team covering the markets right around the markets, let's go right now to scott who's standing by at the nasdaq. and you know, scott, intel said what everybody wanted. better top line, better revenue growth, and yet it still -- outside of that very small group, not helping. >> no, because internally the market is weak. take a look at the nasdaq late in the day because definitely technology stocks getting a lift from the likes of dell, intel, and marvell, and i'll get to each of their individual stories right now. but the nasdaq is barely holding orrin to negative territory right now. why? because there are hopes of a turnaround in technology spending. that's what the take away is from dell, i
increase, phil, but we felt like we were probably going to fall short of last year's sales levels. retail we thought we might have a chance as you can see from our release, our retail sales were up 9%. i heard you make the point that fleet sales were down and that kind of reduced the overall increase. but cash for clunkers put us over the top. lots of traffic and lots of sales at ford and lincoln mercury stores in that last week. >> so george -- >> reporter: george, the big question is whether or not this is sustainable. is this a sugar high, a one time bring in the buyers, you're stealing from the future, or are we looking at something here where we see a turning of the market where consumers are going to come back into showrooms? >> well, i do think there's some la late demand, phil. demand for new cars and trucks is well below just replacement demand. and so what we think happened is that people that were driving, for example, ford explorers that they had purchased in the '90s took this opportunity, took out some insurance on higher fuel prices and our estimate, phil is that in additio
is extended another day. how did automakers and consumers make out? well, phil bow has the latest and from the nation's capital, the other story, the fdic is reporting an avalanche of bank closures, but is it really such a bad thing? depositors are not hurt. hampton pearson has the latest on that. let's go first to cnbc's phil lebeau for a quick update on the deadline extension of cash for clunkers! hello, phil. are they still buying cars? >> well, they've got an hour if they're going to do it for cash for clunkers. the deadline for buying a vehicle for the public out there, that has not changed, larry. it's still up at 8:00 tonight. the deadline for dealership filing paperwork on cash for clunker deals, that has been extended until noon tomorrow. good news for dealerships that have been trying to get this paperwork in. but for people out there trying to get rid of the old beater, they've only got, what, 58 minutes to get the deal done. larry? >> hey, phil, one quickie. 625 dealer transactions, according to reuters. do you have any sense of how many cars were clunked? >> well, 635,000 tran
in just a couple of weeks. jean cummings from "politico" and phil let me go to you. nobody thought you could push cars this fast off the lot. home sales in the 250,000 to 325,000 level which has nothing to do with the san francisco market, i assume. the market is up almost to 10,000 now. what's going on? is this all just quick silver? is this not real or what? >> it's all real, chris. but the issue is how is it affecting me, the average citizen. today it was announced in california, unemployment rates at 11.9%. the question is, how many of these programs are affecting me personally, each and every individual, or am i still sitting there thinking am i going to have a job start and b, when are they going to get those sobs on wall street and washington who created this disaster. those are the two questions that need to be addressed for a bigger segment of the population than the people wcashed in clunkers. >> i think tanswer to that question is manifest. they're never going to get them. the numbers keep going up. up 150 points today, base on bernanke being somewhat bullish. on the fact th
, phil sheridan, sports columnist of "the philadelphia enquirer." let's take a look at a clip of vick's interview yesterday. watch. >> the first day i walked into prison and they slammed that door, i knew, you know, the magnitude of the decisions that i made and the poor judgment and what i, you know, allowed to happen to the animals and, you know, there's no way of explaining, you know, the hurt and the guilt that i felt and that was the reason i crashed so many nights. >> larry: okay, lisa. is he working for peta now? is he doing promotional stuff? >> no. we met with michael vick back before he went to prison, and he lied to us as he lied to so many other people about his actions. basically saying he didn't have anything directly to do with it, that he didn't do anything to his own pets. later it came out he actually threw some of his pets to the pit bulls. >> larry: you have no association? >> we have no association with him. >> larry: do you plan on eagle games? >> we don't keep our eyes off the table. this issue has become a big issue. such more than about this one man. unfortuna
authority rules for free trade agreements, phil levy, my colleague and i were called over because we opposed that compromise and we were told by the lieutenants of being ideologues and rigid we thought it turned out the administration was not going to get anything out of it. they didn't but at any rate you had a major change in tra policy, at least in terms of the tpa even before obama got in office. and i would say that behind that, and this is what's going to be interesting to see play out, is that an increasing restiveness in congress, that i think are bipartisan to a degree the congress has given over the last 50 years to the executives. this transcends.óÑ partisan differences.mdÑ it was hidden under bush because it was the congress versus bush. now in some cases it may very well be that congress having a different view -- excuse me, a view of things than the executive.ú
over the last couple of years, lee, the complete game two hitter, struck out 11, phils win 8-1, cliff lee 4-0 since joining the phils with two complete games. all right. last season mark reynolds established a major league record of 204 strikeouts, in season 18 games, at least three strikeouts, and he's well on his way to establishing a new record. will and i are just getting warmed up here on "espnews." coming up more baseball for you, justin verlander takes matters into his own hands. why he could have used some help on wednesday. >> and the angels, a baseball oddity. t.o., oh, no, what's keeping him on the sidelines?>> wednesday w first full day of practice with the vikings. favre said i haven't been the best player, but i would love to think that every player that i've played with would love to have me in the fox hole. almost all of his new teammates agree. >> whoever they bring in, we know they bring them in for a purpose, and that's to help our team win games. he's a teammate. >> he's a different breed. people like michael jordan and brett favre, they can do little things like t
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